As the year comes to a close, and we all look forward to the holidays, the state of New Jersey is offering something that will light up some of its residents with even more joy. The New Jersey Division of Taxation or “Division,” has mailed letters to all taxpayers, both individual and businesses, who […]
The most sweeping tax reform in over 30 years, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) brings a lot of changes for businesses. If you run a business, you’ve probably been making quarterly payments on your 2018 income tax bill already, but you may not realize the whole scope of the changes […]
The Internal Revenue Service launched a pilot virtual appeals program on August 1, 2017. This program will potentially allow IRS Appeals Office staff, taxpayers, and their representatives to hold a “face to face” meeting—by way of a secure, web-based video conference.
Benefits of the New IRS Virtual Appeals Program
According to the IRS’ statement […]
It’s already mid-April and the tax season is just about to come to a close. For those who still haven’t field their taxes, the deadline is now just a week away, unless you’ve filed for an extension. However, the deadline to file your federal income tax return is not the only significant tax event […]
The IRS recently released their annual offer in compromise (OIC) data for 2016. Although the acceptance rate fell in fiscal year 2014 and 2015, it reached a new all-time high in 2016 with an acceptance rate of 42.86%. That is almost 1% more than the previous all-time high reached in fiscal year 2013.
An Offer in Compromise is a “proposal by a taxpayer to the Federal government […]